Hill sources tell The Daily Beast that they won’t save a surveillance effort so abusive that the NSA shut it down.
A year ago, the U.S.’ surveillance court ruled that the FBI violated Americans’ privacy by broadly sifting through dragnets of intercepted communications.
In a few months, he laid bare some of America’s most highly-classified electronic espionage programs. Six years later, he has one final document to share with the world.
Trump and Bolton both hate the international system, but the similarities end there. Trump likes tough talk—but only talk. Bolton wanted a lot more than talk.
Brendon Spann, a current Department of Education employee, allegedly sent at least 400 messages to over 30 people connected to his ex after they broke up.
The agency indicated more than a year ago it would shed more light for Republicans on who gets unmasked and why. Republicans say it hasn’t happened—and they’re not giving up.
The surveillance giant shut down its flawed dragnet last year. Four legislators are trying to stop one of the security state’s most infamous post-9/11 programs from returning.